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Opinion L.A.The FCC's rules on what can, and can't, be shown or said on the public airwaves may have a quaint feel to most Americans, but the Supreme Court seems to like them just fine, thank you....
Change of SubjectI've been knocking this idea around for years and even wrote about this particular angle back in November. Now Hendrik Hertzberg is promoting it in the New Yorker: At least one idea (Texas governor and former GOP presidential hopeful Rick)......
L.A. at HomeSunnylands: A timeline in the history of Walter and Leonore Annenbergs' landmark mansion in Rancho Mirage....
KTLA NewsVAN NUYS, Calif. -- The Supreme Court issued a final, stinging rebuke of a lower court's decision on three separate occasions to dismiss the assault conviction of a grandmother in the shaking death of her 7-week-old grandson. The justices in an...
Tags: Trials, Lawyers, KTLA, Hospitals and Clinics, Justice System
When Thiru Vignarajah left the Maryland U.S. attorney's office to lead a new unit of the city prosecutors, there was the matter of putting together a new team of lawyers to pursue major crimes, bolstering relationships with police and other law...
Change of SubjectIf you haven't seen the obits (Tribune, Sun-Times) former Tribune columnist Steve Daley died Sunday at age 62. The news was unexpected and very sad. He was smart, funny, kind and generous, as much fun to back-fence with as he......
Nation NowGPS tracking: The Supreme Court justices seemed concerned by the potential of GPS devices to track people and their movements....
Top of the TicketSometimes it seems our institutions are dedicated to helping every interest group except one, Parents....
Culture MonsterSupreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and architect Zaha Hadid join Pritzker Prize jury. Stephen Breyer authored “Celebrating the Courthouse: A Guide for Architects, Their Clients, and the Public." Zaha Hadid was the 2004 Pritzker Prize winner....
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the First Amendment protects fundamentalist church members who mount anti-gay protests outside military funerals, despite the pain they cause grieving families. The court voted 8-1 in favor of...
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